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Phrase: "get it" #1 (permalink) Sun May 20, 2007 16:19 pm   Phrase: "get it"
 

English Error, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #22 "Read before you sign", question 5

A. All right you go and get it I'll just sit here and wait for you.

(a) right
(b) it
(c) for

English Error, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #22 "Read before you sign", answer 5

A. All right you go and get them I'll just sit here and wait for you.

Correct entry: them
The error was: (b) it

You have not found the error.
A. All right you go and get it I'll just sit here and wait for you.
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Why 'it' is incorrect?

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Phrase: "get it" #2 (permalink) Sun May 20, 2007 16:36 pm   Phrase: "get it"
 

Leonidi, them refers to glasses, that's why you need plural personal pronoun them but not it. The whole test consists of a small dialogue, thus, the test questions are closely connected.
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Phrase: "get it" #3 (permalink) Fri Apr 02, 2010 6:17 am   Phrase: "get it"
 

It's so unfair, why should I assume that the questions are connected?
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